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Scott Kay: Review Real World Go Application

Scott Kay is a software engineer at eMoney Advisor.  He has been experimenting with Go over the past year and introducing the language at local developer events.  Prior to joining eMoney, Scott developed automation and control software for chemical analyzers and DNA scanners at Agilent Technologies.

Brief Description:

Let’s take a look at, and discuss, a real-world Go application.  Scott will walk us through code to generate a daily digest email pulling in data from FogBugz, Mercurial, and JSON services.  He’ll highlight the use of serialization, templating, email generation, and Windows authentication libraries.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey Scott, the templating syntax is to use {{range pipeline}} T1 {{else}} T0 {{end}}, where T0 is what is displayed if your range is empty. The reference for this is here:

    October 16, 2013

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